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is that last Edmonton one recent? is that the new lighting feature on the power thing? I only caught a quick bit of it on the news today, wasn't sure if it is getting a lighting feature or that there is now a lighting feature.
Very recent.
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Old Posted Oct 19, 2019, 6:56 AM
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Nice Edmonton shots with a tall.

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Old Posted Oct 19, 2019, 9:30 PM
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2nd Helicraft Photoshoot over Montreal.
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All the empty space just left of the railroads tracks will be under construction pretty soon.
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Old Posted Oct 19, 2019, 9:31 PM
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2nd Helicraft Photoshoot over Montreal.
by Philippe Colin, sur Flickr

All the empty space just left of the railroads tracks will be under construction pretty soon.
Wow ! And in 3-4 years it’ll be even more massive !
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All the empty space just left of the railroads tracks will be under construction pretty soon.
Oh, with what?
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Oh, with what?
Solstice and 1000 De la Montagne, both 45 storeys. They are in site prep.
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Old Posted Oct 19, 2019, 11:18 PM
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Oh. Ok I thought he was hinting at new developments along the empty tract of land west of the espresso hotel. Nvm.
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Skyline around Tunney's Pasture Station, viewed from Major Hill's Park.

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Skyline around Tunney's Pasture Station, viewed from Major Hill's Park.
Nice picture, but is it just me who finds that due to geography and Ottawa having that real stumpy, albeit dense skyline, it's real difficult to get those quality money shots of Ottawa's downtown all in one?..I had success from Montreal road, just East of Saint Laurent, and of course there's that view from Gatineau..Otherwise, there are no real good angles from the ground.Someday, I would like to get a picture from Bank Street on the hill south of Billings,,Wish I knew somebody with a view who lives or works in one of those towers.
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Last night the fog rolled in, blanketing all of Metro Vancouver. The tall towers of Brentwood could still pierce through the fog.









Also Metrotown got covered by thick fog but being on a hill, buildings could still be seen.



Downtown got also shrouded by the fog as it moved more towards west.

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Nice. I miss those foggy nights.
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